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Re: recovering a repository

From: Neil Martinsen-Burrell <nmb_at_wartburg.edu>
Date: 2007-09-04 09:28:03 CEST

Kamaraju S Kusumanchi <kamaraju <at> bluebottle.com> writes:

> I have a subversion repository which I haven't touched for a while.
> Today I tried to work on of the projects this repository used to contain.
> To my dismay, I found that the repository is not working. I think the
> repository is corrupted but I am not sure if that is in fact the case. Can
> someone please help me? I am in panic mode right now!
> My repository location is /home/rajulocal/src/repos


> However, If I do
> $svn list file:///home/rajulocal/src/repos/
> then there is no output.

It would appear that the root directory of your project contains no files. Can
you do

svn log -v file:///home/rajulocal/src/repos

to see if perhaps the files were deleted in some revision? You can also do

svn info file:///home/rajulocal/src/repos

to see what information the subversion client is able to extract from the
repository. In particular, this will tell you the overall revision number of
the repository.

> Let's say this used to contain a project called pipe_flow. I had a working
> copy of this project in ~/work/pipe_flow. From ~/work/pipe_flow , If I do
> $cd ~/work/pipe_flow
> $svn st -u
> I see output such as
> M * 131 variables.F90

Can you show us the full output of this command?

> However I do
> $svn log variables.F90
> svn: No such revision 131
> $svn update
> svn: Target path does not exist

I do not know what is happening here. If you send more information, perhaps we
can figure it out.


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Received on Tue Sep 4 13:33:51 2007

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